08/31/11 by pyjammy
08/31/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

My cousin Willa and her husband are in town this week, so she invited me and the boys to their hotel pool to go swimming. Miles and Oliver and I had fun in the pool while Linus stayed on the side with Willa. And then we tried to take a group picture. This about sums it up.

Okay, I did get a cute one, but this one’s funnier, don’t you think?


08/27/11 by pyjammy
08/27/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

Photographed another set of triplets. These are the two boys, being adorably buddy-buddy while their sweet sister was being cuddled by Mommy. I love this! (I still need to do a little editing on this pic. This isn’t the final version.)


08/24/11 by pyjammy
08/24/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

I intended to post a better picture I took this morning of the boys looking out the window, all in silhouette and cute and stuff, but alas. I accidentally formatted my camera card before downloading it, and I just don’t feel like dealing with trying to recover it. So you get this picture of the boys at my office.

What I have learned is that two days of aftercare a week is for the birds, and I’m going to have to somehow scrape up the extra money it will cost to have them in it 5x a week. Bringing them to my office is just not working. Sigh.

08/23/11 (in two parts)

08/23/11 part 1 by pyjammy
08/23/11 part 1, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

So I took this picture of Miles to show that a) he has thoughtfully provided, via the carpet burn on his forehead, a way for his teachers to tell him apart at school and b) that the child is messy when it comes to eating Nutella.

08/23/11 part 1 by pyjammy
08/23/11 part 2, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

…but then I saw the Nutella goatee and couldn’t help but complete the transformation with a little help from Photoshop.


08/22/11 by pyjammy
08/22/11, a photo by pyjammy on Flickr.

Took the boys to the grocery store, and we were being fairly incognito with all three of them sitting in the cart (though if anyone asked, I said there was a "buy one, get two free" sale over on aisle 3) until a store employee asked if the boys like balloons.

I know a lot of parents of multiples get a lot of lousy, rude remarks from people, but I’ve rarely had that experience. I suppose it’s one benefit of living in the South.